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5 Communication Strategies to Prepare for Challenging Times

5 Communication Strategies to Prepare for Challenging Times

NSPRA offers the following five strategies for school public relations professionals who want to prepare for communications during challenging times.

Sunday, November 21, 2021/Author: NSPRA Staff/Number of views (536)/Comments (0)/
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Celebrating 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrating 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15 - Oct. 15, honors the cultures and contributions of Americans who identify as Hispanic or Latino/Latina/Latinx. In 2021, NSPRA social media channels shared content that paid tribute to the generations of Hispanic and Latino Americans, past and present, who have positively influenced and enriched the field of public relationsthis association and the nation during the month. NSPRA members were invited to join the celebration by submitting examples of how their school district or organization celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month.

Friday, October 15, 2021/Author: Sarah Loughlin/Number of views (165)/Comments (0)/
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NSPRA Executive Board to Welcome New Officers Oct. 1

NSPRA Executive Board to Welcome New Officers Oct. 1

During its annual meeting at the NSPRA 2021 National Seminar in July, the NSPRA Executive Board affirmed by acclamation three new members. 

Wednesday, September 8, 2021/Author: NSPRA Staff/Number of views (90)/Comments (0)/
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Welcome to a NSPRA New Year!

Welcome to a NSPRA New Year!

A Memo From Your Executive Director

As we head into a new school year, there are also some changes ahead for NSPRA members. As part of our strategic planning process earlier this year, we listened to our members about what they wanted from NSPRA. We heard you loud and clear: fewer emails, more compelling content and free PR Power Hours for members. 

Wednesday, September 8, 2021/Author: Barbara Hunter/Number of views (81)/Comments (0)/
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2020 Census: Why and How to Build Understanding in Your School Community

2020 Census: Why and How to Build Understanding in Your School Community

Data from the decennial census, which is conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau every 10 years, has a powerful impact on the future of our communities and their voice in Congress. Before the 2020 Census begins in March of next year, school systems can prepare their community to participate by helping residents understand the local impact of a national census and the importance of a complete count – particularly for their schools.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019/Author: NSPRA Staff/Number of views (253)/Comments (0)/
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